It seems the Black Stars is getting interesting with the current coach and players available for the national team.
Going into the second match, changes were made and this time, Dede Ayew was sidelined.
Applauds came from both lovers, supporters and pundits of the game. The numerous praises channeled to the coach was about his ability to drop Dede Ayew but there are some distinctions between playing qualifiers and playing a tournament.
If Ghana qualifies for any tournament, experience will begin to count and these players are the ones to count on.
The reality is that they must work hard to be part of the national team. It is not only experience that is needed but also form.
The last few games for a person like Dede have been marvelous and if he continues, he deserves a spot.
The only spot where the Ayew brothers can fight for is the forward positions where the nation still lacks men.
If Ghana qualifies, there is no way for dropping the Ayews, provided everything is well with them.
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